Hi, I am a delivery Manager from Johnson & Johnson. We have recently purchased 500 users license from JIRA. I have couple of queries.
a)Can i can purchase "x" no of supporting hours from you and utilise your services when we have an issue (Consulting hours)
b) Planning to hire a Consultanting company to help us roll out JIRA across the enterprise. Who are your partners in this space.
I tried reaching you on the phone numbers you have given us (San fransisco, Australia). But nobody is picking up the Phone.
Having purchased a license from us, you are entitled to as much support from us as you need, within the boundaries of Atlassian Support but for anything outside that scope you will need to contact an Atlassian Expert who will charge you as per the service agreements you reach prior to engaging them to assist you. There is a search page on that site, so you can locate someone in your country, or we can advise you on Experts dependent on your requirements.
All the best,
Thanks for the response. I have few more queries on the support i need. Please let me know if the below is covered under your support. Please asnwer to each of the below points. Based on your reply, I need to take a call on if i need to reach out to Atlassian experts.
a) We need to deploy JIRA/Greenhopper in a highly availability environment. We are planning to install JIRA/GH on a linux box in cluster mode. We will prepare a detailed design document on how we will be setting up in Cluster mode. Can you review the document and let us know if we are in the right direction.
b) As we are going to set up JIRA/Greenhopper for enterprise, We need your support to review our hard configuration of our server
c) Review of the database set up
d) Any support required during installation Ex: Helping us in configuring the adminstration moduel if we have any queries.
I don't think Atlassian will go into that level of detail, although they may point you at documentation
My instincts on your questions though:
a) Jira does not cluster. You can cluster the hardware, but Jira will not cluster. It will run on one node fine, you can keep the others for failover, but it will not cluster.
b) Have a read of https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/JIRA+Requirements
c) See b
d) You will be able to raise support requests if you are stuck, but Atlassian won't provide instant responses automatically and they won't be on-site with you.
For b,c and d, I'd recommend approaching an Atlassian consultant as John already mentioned, if you're uncertain about what you find in the documentation.
a) Atlassian support does not cover this. And using a cluster can also result in an unsupported enviroment which may become difficult to resolve via support if you get into issues
b) Atlassian support does not cover this
c) Atlassian support does not cover this
d) Yes, supported.
And I would recommend to go to an expert in case you do not have experienced an Atlassian administrator at your company.
We're looking for participants for another workshop at Atlassian! We need Jira admins who have interesting custom workflows, issue views, or boards. Think you have a story to sh...
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!Find a group
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!
Unfortunately there are no AUG chapters near you at the moment.Start an AUG